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Ford Gen II Mini-Starter – PN 3008

RobbMc Ford SB M/T Gen II Mini-Starter


Applications: (See notes at bottom of page for more info)

  • 255/289/302/351 Windsor Series V8 with manual trans and 164 tooth ring gear.
  • 351 Cleveland V8 with manual trans and 164 tooth ring gear
  • 170/200/250 Series L6 with 3/8" ring gear offset
  • 240/300 Series L6 with manual trans
  • 1982-1985 232 (3.8L) V6 trucks with manual trans

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PN 2025   Pinion Support Modification

Prevents pinion gear deflection on hard to start engines. Deflection can damage the pinion gear, the flywheel ring gear, and even the starter gear reduction assembly. Recommended for engines with any of the following:

  • Over 500 cubic inches
  • Over 11 to 1 compression ratio
  • Crank trigger ignitions
  • Magneto ignitions
  • More than 18° of ignition advance during cranking
  • Locked out or no distributor advance
  • Electronic start retard
  • Any engine that may kick-back during cranking


PN 2014   Replacement Nose

Also known as the mounting block.


PN 3020   Replacement Gen II Solenoid

Fits Gen II starters. Solenoid is held to starter with two screws.


PN 2020   Replacement Solenoid

Fits older RobbMc starters. Solenoid is held to starter with three screws.



  • This starter has three mounting bolt holes. Only two are used on any given engine.
  • This starter has a register diameter of 4.133" and is designed for ring gears that are 3/8" from the starter mounting surface.
  • This starter is 8-1/16" long from the mounting surface to the end of the motor.
  • Replaces Lester numbers 3132, 3135, 3154, 3157, 3172, 3176, 3185.
  • The solenoid can be rotated to any position without taking the starter apart. We recommend positioning the solenoid under the starter motor and towards the oil pan. This makes it easier to connect the battery cable and keeps the solenoid away from exhaust heat.

RobbMc Gen II Ministarter Installation Instructions and Troubleshooting Guide
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